Purpose of the Job Interview (02:26)
Differently abled persons share their thoughts about the purpose and importance of the job interview. It is the best time and place to sell yourself to a potential employer and stand out from other applicants.
The Interview and Your Disability (04:16)
Whether an applicant has a diasbility or not, it is essential to present your skills, knowledge, and experience in such a way that you will be perceived as a perfect fit for the job.
Preparation for the Interview (05:05)
Research the company to find its mission and goal statements. Consider how you will sell yourself as a good fit with the company's goals in mind. Learn how to prepare for every aspect of the job interview including personal appearance tips.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) (07:37)
Learn how to respond to standard interview questions. Nearly every interviewer will ask about knowledge, skills, and abilities. Answer each question in a way that showcases strengths and positive attributes.
The Interview (03:19)
The ADA protects disabled job applicants by mandating that certain questions cannot be asked in a job interview. Applicants might be asked whether they can perform essential functions of the job. Be prepared to discuss accommodations you would need.
Job Offer (00:52)
Once an applicant is offered a job, then questions about salary and benefits are appropriate. Several differently-abled employees provide useful tips.
Didn't Get the Job? (02:57)
After a positive job interview, the interviewee may not be offered a job. The applicant could ask why he or she wasn't offered the job. Ask for feedback or advice about the interview; ask about being reconsidered, or kept in mind for future openings.
Credits: Job Interview Essentials for People with Disabilities (01:06)
Credits: Job Interview Essentials for People with Disabilities
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